37% Off Kindle Price For A Limited Time"Wisdom at Your Fingertips." -- Jusher "Great book on the life Lessons that Albert Einstein has." -- Scott Unfortunately, you’ve fallen victim to the biggest lie out there: that creating a life of dreams is hard and nearly impossible. It’s nearly impossible because without the right connections, a good early education, and financial wealth to back you up, you might as well sit on the sidelines and fold your arms. When you have nothing going for you, and/or obligations to tend to, shackling you to the ground (money doesn’t grow on trees), you might not even see the point in starting, because creating a life of dreams must surely be for the 1%. If you think creating a more desired life is costly, you are right - it’s not easy. It requires dedication and a willingness to give up short-term satisfaction, and that means being prepared to give some of your happiness away for the greater, long-term good. However, if that all sounds a bit too much – why would you want to sacrifice your happiness? – then you need to take a step back and foresee a different kind of outcome that will inevitably unfold if you take the "road most taken": a future of unrealized potential; an underlying, constant inner-discomfort; and, the most horrid of all, regret. And what is the "road most taken"? It’s the easy road out. It’s the road most people take in life, the one that appears comfortable and easy, but is actually laden with nightmares and discomfort. If you’re ignoring your dreams to pursue something more acceptable or less risky, you are taking the road most taken. Fortunately, there are things that you can do in life that will immediately snap you back to what is important: you and your magnificent potential. What is perhaps the most powerful tool of all that will help you get back on track? It’s learning from people who have gone beyond what is humanly thought possible, like Albert Einstein, a man who once thought he was worthless (who wrote a letter to his parents telling them that he should never have been born, because he was useless), but who ended up being a legend among people, an inspiration who unlocked the very secrets of life. There is so much love, power, and potential in you, and you don’t even realize it. However, you can bring these things out in yourself by studying the great. When you study great leaders, like Albert Einstein, you are essentially absorbing their wisdom, something that will radically change your life not years from now, but now, the moment you start reading the coming chapters. What follows are the greatest life lessons from Albert Einstein, wisdom that can easily be applied to your own life. They were carefully selected and dissected in meaning to help you gain the most out of them. There is a powerful reason why Albert Einstein was so great: he was human, and he realized it.
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